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A mercury barometer is an accurate and relatively simple way to measure changes in atmospheric pressure. At sea level, the weight of the atmosphere forces mercury 760 mm (29.9 in) up a calibrated glass tube. Higher elevations yield lower readings because the atmosphere is less dense there, and the thinner air exerts less pressure on the mercury.
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Evangelista Torricelli, an Italian mathematician and physicist, invented the barometer in 1643. He had also served as an assistant to astronomer Galileo. Torricelli discovered that the variation of the height of mercury from day to day was caused by changes in atmospheric pressure.
Barometric pressure seldom changes more than an inch or so at any given time so you should not be concerned if it does not seem to move for long periods of time. Barometric pressure also remains somewhat unchanged during very hot weather.
The Barometer is an instrument used for predicting weather changes by measuring air pressure.
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Intensity of activity also varies from day to day, according to conditions in general.
If the barometer happens to be steady or rising, if the temperature is favorable(about 15 degrees higher than water temperature) then long and active response to a Solunar Peoria can be expected.
If however, the Barometer is unsteady or falling,or the temperature arrangement of air and water is abnormal, there may be no response to a Solunar Period. For that matter, conditions can and do change so completely in a matter of hours that a major period will be of little value while some six hours later a minor period may show excellent fishing. Generally, however, a change in the weather is apt to be a deterrent to good fishing.
0.305 meter = 1 foot
0.914 meter = 3 feet (1 yard)
1 meter = 1.094 yards
10 meters = 10.936 yards
100 meters = 109.361 yards
1000 meters (1 km) = 1093.613 yards
1608.64 meters (1.609 km) = 1760 yards (1 mile)
Formula For Converting Fahrenheit and Celsius
C. to F. : Multiply by 9/5 and add 32
F. to C.: Subtract 32. Then Multiply by 5/9
e.g.25 degrees C = 9/5 x 25 + 32 = 45 + 32 = 77 degrees F.
68 degrees F. = (68 - 32) x 5/9 = 36 x 5/9 = 20 degrees C.
Gallons to Liters
1 i8 ml = 0.035 fl. oz.(Imperial)
100 ml = 3.52 fl. oz.(Imperial)
1 litres (1000 ml) = 1 pint 15.2 fl. oz.(Imperial gallon)
5 litres = 1 gallon 16.1 fl. oz (Imperial)
45.461 Litres = 10 gallons(Imperial)
Measures Of Lengths
1 centimeter = approx. 2/5 inch
10 centimeter= 3.94 inches
100 centimeters = 1 met re or about 39 inches
2 inches = approx. 5 centimeters
1 yard = approx. 9/10 metre
1 yard = 0.9144 meters
1 yard = 91.44 centimeters
one mile = 1.6 kilometers (approx.)
1 mile= 1609.34 meters
1 mile = 1760 yards
1760 yards = 1609.34 meters
100 kilometers per hour = 62.50 miles an hour (approx.)
10 miles = approx. 16 kilometers
30 miles = approx. 50 kilometers
5 foot 7 inches = 170 centimeters
5 foot 11 inches = 180 centimeters
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